The NFL season begins on Monday, and the first game is this Saturday.
So get your popcorn ready for a night of entertainment.
Here’s what to know before you dive into the action.
When: Thursday, Oct. 25 at 9 p.m.
ET (NFL Network) What to expect: The game is a tiebreaker, meaning it will be decided by who plays first.
The winner will host the Super Bowl.
The loser will host an AFC wild card game.
Who is the loser: The winner of that tiebreaker game will host a wild card playoff game.
The tiebreaker will decide who will host both the divisional playoff game and the division champion game.
This is the first tiebreaker of the season.
The playoff game will be played in Atlanta on Oct. 31.
The wild card will be held on Dec. 4, with the division winner on Dec 15.
The division winner will play the wild card winner on Jan. 3.
Where: Atlanta, Georgia (TBD) Who can watch it: You can watch the game in your home or office.
This game will air on NFL Network, but you can stream it on your TV using your Roku, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, or Google Chromecast.
The game will also be available on CBS Sports GO.
You can also stream it via NFL Live.
Who’s watching: NFL Network will be streaming the game live from AT&T Stadium.
ESPN will be airing the game on Monday Night Football, Monday Night Countdown, ESPN3, and ESPNU.
What to wear: You should wear a nice suit or dress to the game, as the weather will be hot.
Your best bet is a warm jacket.
Some people will wear a jacket over their jeans and T-shirt.
If you have to wear pants, wear a pair of slacks.
If not, wear an oversize T-Shirt.
And be sure to check out the game’s merchandise, including hats, t-shirts, bracelets, and more.
NFL.com’s Jason La Canfora and Ben Volin are on hand with a full rundown of everything you need to know about the 2018 season.
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